Bacon and Cheese Deviled Eggs
Spice up your deviled eggs with a go-to fan favorite: bacon! To prep these eggs in no time, start with hard-cooked eggs from the supermarket deli.
Greek-Style Deviled Eggs
This Greek-inspired version of the classic brunch recipe will convert even the biggest deviled-eggs skeptics. Chopped Kalamata olives, feta cheese, and oregano bring the flavor transformation.
Ranch Deviled Eggs
Want a healthier version of this classic recipe? Look no further. The secret to our ranch-infused deviled eggs lies in the low-fat (and protein-rich!) Greek yogurt in the filling.
Mexican-Style Deviled Eggs
Mexican-style sour cream, avocado, and cilantro put a fresh spin on classic deviled-egg filling, while fresh jalapeno chile pepper pieces bring a kick of heat. If desired, top with additional cilantro and avocado.
How to Make Deviled Eggs
Watch to learn our quick trick for making so-easy deviled eggs. Simply use a plastic bag to fill the egg whites!
Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs
Dress up classic deviled-egg filling by spooning in fresh chives and topping with lox-style smoked salmon and sour cream. This savory snack is elegant enough for any dinner party or fancy get-together.
Perfect Pair Deviled Eggs
This deviled-eggs duo shows off two delicious fillings to make the party appetizer. You pick: pickle relish or mustard-loaded.
Blue Cheese, Apple, and Walnut Deviled Eggs
Put a fun spin on classic deviled eggs by mixing mashed egg yolk with crumbled blue cheese, sliced apples, and toasted walnuts. The mix of sweet and savory flavors is what makes this deviled egg recipe stand above the crowd.
Herbed Deviled Eggs
Looking for a classic approach to deviled eggs? This simple version is spot-on. We stick to the basics with a filling made from mayonnaise, sour cream, and mustard with a fresh herb topping.
Bacon and Basil Eggs
Put a BLT-inspired spin on deviled eggs by adding bacon pieces, snipped basil, and sliced cherry tomatoes to your filling. We love adding extra bacon as a topper.
Deviled Egg Pointers
Follow our simple tips and you'll easily master making the perfect deviled eggs.
- Delicious deviled eggs are easy to make if you start with perfectly boiled hard-cooked eggs. The secret is simple: Fresh is not best. Use eggs that are a week old for easiest peeling.
- For a smoother filling, push the yolk through a fine-mesh sieve. It creates a very fine-texture yolk. If you like a chunkier filling, use a fork to mash to the desired texture.
- Size matters, color doesn't! Eggs come in medium, large, and extra-large sizes. We vote for large-size eggs for your recipe.
- For a prettier display, invert each egg in the carton the night before cooking so the yolks become more centered in the white.
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